Stuck at home right now? We all are.
If your local courses have closed, or even if they’re open but you’d rather not venture out, it’s time to take matters into your own hands with at-home golf practice equipment.
Here’s our guide to at-home golf practice aids and nets. Whether you have a ton of outdoor space or you’re in an apartment, we have something to keep your skills sharp.
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Backyard Driving Nets
You may not be able to go to the course or driving range, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get some drives in.
Go big and stay home with the Izzo Golf giant net. This 12 ft x 9 ft net touts itself as being the strongest practice net on the market. Since it’s so big, you can practice pretty much any shot with it. And when you’re done, it folds up into a case for storage.
This golf practice cage is nearly 12 ft wide, 7 ft high, and 5 ft deep, perfect for practicing drives in the backyard. Aim for the target and pretend you’re on the course!
Backyard Chipping Nets
Keep your short game on point with these nets.
This net is 2 feet in diameter, making it perfect for backyard or indoor practice. With four outer sections and one center section, you’ll have five targets to sharpen your chipping skills. At just $21, it’s a steal.
The Quickster chipping net is a multi-target trainer with three pockets and a bottom slot to catch the shots you miss. Set it up outside, in the garage, or even in the living room and make the most of your time in quarantine.
Similar to the Quickster, Dave Pelz’s short game net has three targets to perfect your short game. Set it up inside or outside and get to practicing!
At-Home Putting Practice Aids
It might be hard to practice putting in your yard, so take these inside and keep working on that short game.
Perfect for practicing longer putts, the SKLZ putting mirror has a nice, big (21 in. x 8 in.) surface so you can ensure your positioning is right. It comes with 10 optional putting pegs to serve as a path guide, exit gate, and backstroke control.
The Odyssey putting mirror is a no-frills way to practice your putting. Use it indoors or out, right or left-handed. When you’re done, just fold it up and put it in its carrying bag.
The Wellputt 10ft Putting Mat is the ultimate putting mat. All you need is 10 feet of space, your putter, and a ball. If the markings look a little intimidating, don’t worry. It comes with a training guide to help you make the most of your at-home practice time.